Hundreds of dogs and people joined Tel Aviv's first-ever dog festival on Friday, timed to coincide with Dog Day celebrations around the world.
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Tel Aviv, where most restaurants and cafes allow dogs in, claims to be the most pup-friendly city in the world, with some companies even encouraging employees to bring their pets to the office.
Dogs were dolled up and received massages during the festival, resulting in some heart-warming photos: